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I always have a discussion with my students about acceptable behavior, allowing the students to lead the conversation and differentiate between what is acceptable or not in a classroom. If something major gets missed in the discussion, I try to find a way to work it in. This list gets posted in the classroom and typed up and passed out to them the next day. I have found that this gives the students a feeling of ownership over their own classroom rules. I also try to teach good behavior by modeling it every day!
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